Only fools rush in: Beware of love fraudsters


Scammers would try to meet their victims through social media platforms and use a caring, charming persona to gain their trust. — KAMARUL ARIFFIN/The Star

Malaysians are falling hard for online love scammers.

IN 2017, Miss T made a new friend named FC on Facebook. They ­chatted online for months.

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